Early morning Feb. 8, DEA agents busted into the 24-year-old's Dallas, Texas home with a search warrant alleging that he was trafficking drugs. Documents retrieved by the rapper show that the raid had been planned for over a year, with snitches and undercover officers involved.
"I just remember someone kicking in the door, I hear a lot of commotion and a lot of noise. I first thought I was getting robbed," Dorrough explains in the documentary. "So I jumped up and when I came to see what was going on, by the time I got to the door of my room, I already had guns pointed at my face." Dorrough, who claims his innocence, says the officials were "out of line" and the incident left him feeling "violated."
Dorrough doesn't plan on letting this DEA hiccup stop his music career. He recently dropped his 'Gangsta Grillz Code Red' mixtape and plans on releasing another album in June, followed by another DJ Drama-hosted mixtape. "I use my music for everything," he says, "when I want to express myself, I do it through my music and I think there's no other better way to do it."
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